A man and a woman destined never to meets. A man and a woman and the loneliness of a contemporary reality that reduces all the loneliness eliminating every human contact. And so that we build what I call the architecture of absence, those structures that lead to a lack of communication with no possibility of encounter. The silent architectures that live in our soul immersed in the atmosphere of the painting of Caravaggio. Ottavio Marino...
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